Etihad Airways Engineering is to implement Ramco Systems software.
The ‘Aviation Suite V5.9’ software features modules covering contract & quote management, maintenance planning, hangar maintenance, component maintenance, supply chain management, engineering, quality, digital task cards, e-publications, and customer billing.
The project was officially announced at the 2023 edition of MRO Middle East, held in Dubai.
The software is expected to streamline multiple operations across Etihad Airways Engineering, offering the organisation a single source of information with real-time visibility. In addition, Ramco’s digital tools such as ‘Ramco Anywhere’ mobile apps, dashboards, and integrated customer portals, will “seamlessly digitise Etihad Airways Engineering’s operations, enhance process efficiencies, and help them go paperless”.
Etihad Airways Engineering’s CEO Abdul Khaliq Saeed said: “At Etihad Airways Engineering, we are passionate about integrating next generation technologies in today’s emerging aerospace trends in readiness for the future. By deploying Ramco’s state-of-the-art Aviation Suite, Etihad Airways Engineering will be able to deliver innovative solutions and services that will not only provide outstanding customer experience but will also optimise our cost and turnaround time by efficient resource utilisation. We are all set to leverage the power of automation with Ramco.”
Ramco Systems’ chairman P.R. Venketrama Raja commented: “It is remarkable to witness the trust that Ramco Aviation has been winning from renowned aircraft service providers such as Etihad Airways Engineering. Situated in the heart of one of the world’s most prolific aviation growth markets, Ramco’s association with Etihad Airways Engineering will play a key role in driving digitisation and increasing overall operational efficiency at Etihad Airways Engineering. With Ramco’s next-gen Aviation Suite infused with artificial intelligence and machine learning, we look forward to building a digital MRO journey at Etihad Airways Engineering.”